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The UK Access User Group is one of the longest running community groups in the United Kingdom. Formed in 1995, we are still attracting the best talent in the UK to form a network of like-minded people who recognise the power of MS Access to deliver sophisticated business solutions with high productivity.

The User Group has an annual subscription fee which in these days of the internet is a brave position to take, but it has meant that we retain a focused group of serious Access developers who want to share and advance their understanding of the product, contribute their experiences, speak at seminars and network with other developers.

We are a unique organisation where our membership, which stands at around 150 enthusiasts, meet twice a year to listen to the best from our local community and the greater international community of experts. In our most recent national seminar May 2013 we arranged for Armen Stein (MVP) from Seattle to come to the UK to share his insights into Access and Business Productivity. In the previous seminar we had Kevin Bell from Microsoft's Access Development Team in the US demonstrating the new horizons of Access 2013.

But you don't have to fly in to contribute, we also have our own home-spun talent and encourage members to consider speaking at our events.

As Chairman of the UK Access User Group I want to welcome you to our site and invite you to share in our free resources. If you are based in the UK then why not join our group and benefit from the networking, job opportunities and pure pleasure from being able to contribute to a lively community.

Rod Gordon

Chairman

‚ÄčThis site may at first glance look a bit empty, but you need to dig down to see the content. For many years I wanted to make the primary site content of our group be delivered by Access, and now we have the ultimate solution. MS have come up with a sustainable, extendible, productive, familiar and cracking new technology. It is called an Access 2013 Web App.

Click on our Explore menu choice and interact with a read-only experience of an Access 2013 Web App delivered in Office 365.

Andrew Couch

Technical Director
Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)

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